Reading on screens initially came with many negative but unfounded connotations. This guest post takes a look at some of these myths and discusses why they have no basis.
The return to school is a period of nerves, excitement, new friendships, hopes, and expectations. Here are 11 back-to-school activities that teachers can use to help students get to know each other and start the new year in the right state of mind.
It's the habits you create and stick to that lead to long-term success. In this post, uncover 10 tips to cultivate a reading habit in your kids, to help them become life-long readers.
Children and teens are reading less than ever before and proficiency is stagnating. In this infographic, explore these trends and uncover new ways to encourage children and teens to read.
Are you looking for some book recommendations for your children or students? The bookshelf below showcases the books that are the most popular among Reading Rewards users of different ages.
We know our Reading Rewards members are huge fans of Jeff Kinney and his Wimpy Kid Series, so we asked Mr. Kinney if he would be willing to answer a few of our questions. Lucky for us, he was gracious enough to oblige!
Launched in July 2014, the Reading Rewards' Premium account for teachers introduces a depth of new functionality.Read this infographic to find out how you can master Reading Rewards Premium Teacher in just 7 simple steps.
Origami is the traditional Japanese art of folding paper to make shapes of all kinds. In this fun craft project, we use some of those techniques to make gruesome monster bookmarks that seem to gobble up the corner of your page.
In this blog, we share our thoughts and experience on how holiday assigned reading - in spite of its countless benefits - can dampen a child's enthusiasm for reading.
Guest post by Alissa Sklar. Alissa Sklar is the mother of 3 daughters, a freelance writer for Montreal Families Magazine and other publications, and an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at Concordia University in Montreal, [...]
Over the years, we’ve noticed that many of our teachers and librarians use Reading Rewards year after year and seem to have tremendous success getting their students excited about it and using it consistently. By [...]